Compose and Work out


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Compose verb – To put (something) into proper and usually carefully worked out written form.
Work out and compose are semantically related. in design topic. In some cases you can use "Work out" instead a verb "Compose".
Nearby Words: composition, composure, composing, compost, composer
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Work out

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Work out verb – To produce or bring about especially by long or repeated effort.
Usage example: worked out a compromise between the warring factions

Compose and work out are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Compose" instead a verb "Work out".
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Both terms in one sentence

  • Once Upon a Time And he decides, 'I'm gonna take you under my wing, and tutor you, and compose this incredible masterwork for you to star in.' And she was enthralled at first, but then, in the end, it didn't work out too well.
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